More than half of the United States experienced heat, drought, or flooding during 2011, demonstrating the power and momentum of climate extremes.

We can have record-setting blizzards and global warming at the same time. NOAA scientists explain climate variability, how it influenced our weather this winter, and how it differs from climate change.

'Nuisance Flooding' an Increasing Problem as Coastal Sea Levels Rise

This technical report from NOAA looks at more than 60 years of coastal water level and local elevation data, analyzing sea level rise and nuisance flood frequency changes around the United States.

Researchers and practitioners from many disciplines will discuss how society can better deal with hazards & disasters.

WMO Statement on the Status of the Global Climate in 2013 Report Cover

WMO Releases Annual Status of the Global Climate Report

The dramatic impact of climate variability and climate change continued to be felt all over the world throughout 2013.The World Meteorological Organization statement on the status of the global climate in 2013 provides a snapshot of global and regional trends in weather and climate over the past year and highlights some of the year’s most significant extreme events.

In this free webinar, speakers will discuss mitigation of extreme weather events resulting from climate change.

What is an extreme event? NOAA scientists explore how single events or trends in extreme weather relate to climate change.

NCDC 2013 State of the Climate

NOAA Releases Annual Climate Report

NOAA's National Climatic Data Center has released its climate report for 2013. According to the annual report, last year was warmer and wetter than average for the contiguous U.S. and 2013 marked the 21st wettest year of record for the nation and the wettest since 2009.

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